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Old 06-03-21, 09:05 AM
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Identification help?

Can someone help me identify this folding bike?



It's got a Brompton M type handlebar but a chubbier frame. It's from a K drama so is maybe Korean.
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The closest match I can find to this example (steel forks and rear triangle, aluminum ovalized main frame, M bars, front fold to non-drive side) is a bike marketed as the Groo M3.

Other folding bikes built on the basic Andrew Ritchie folding design with varying differences are the 3sixty Sigma, B-Bike, Backer, Burke, Camp Royal, Chedech, Cigna, Crosshead, Curl, Element Pikes, Flamingo, Flova, Iruka, Java, Jcat, Kreuz, la Bike, MIT, Neo, Pico, Sanye, South Point, United Trifold, Viking and Week Eight.
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Old 06-08-21, 06:44 PM
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Thanks! I didn't know there were so many. The groo does look like it has the most similar frame. I'll check out the Week Eight which I have access to, although for the latter only seems to come with an S bar.
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